City of North Battleford - Saskatchewan
2019 Capital Works Project Update
The City urges motorists to use caution when travelling through the work zones, and respect the safety of workers
June 12th 2019

113th Street South of 13th Avenue
Underground Utility work is underway and is expected to be complete by June 14, with road restoration to follow. Road closures will be in effect, and access to affected addresses will be disrupted while the work proceeds. Roadway restoration will follow the underground work and is expected to be completed by June 28. Underground work will be performed by Unicon Pipeline, and Roadways by K&S Asphalt.

King Street Station Parking Lot
Parking lot construction is planned to begin this week with completion expected July 5. Some disruptions to areas immediately adjacent to the parking lot are expected, but no service disruptions or prolonged road closures are expected. Parking lot construction work will be performed by K&S Asphalt.

Airport Runway Rehabilitation
Resurfacing of runway 12-30 is planned to begin June 17 and is expected to be complete by July 5. The airport will be closed while the work proceeds. Runway resurfacing work will be performed by K&S Asphalt.

Foley Drive Rehabilitation
Underground utility work is complete and roadway rehabilitation is planned to begin July 8 and is expected to be complete by July 28. Underground utility work was performed by city crews, and roadway work will be performed by K&S Asphalt.

100th Street from 11th to 12th Avenue and 12th Avenue from 99th to 100th Street
Underground utility work is planned to begin July 2 and proceed for approximately 3 weeks, with roadway reconstruction work to follow. The 1100 block of 100th Street will be closed to traffic, but pedestrian access to businesses will remain open. Roadway reconstruction is expected to be completed by September 13th. Water service disruptions are expected on the 1100 block of 100th Street while the underground pipe work proceeds. Businesses will be notified prior to service disruptions and affected addresses will be on a drinking water advisory. Downtown businesses will remain open with alternate access in place. Visitors to downtown businesses are encouraged to plan their trips ahead and to leave a little extra time to find parking. Motorists using 100th Street and Railway Avenue as a route through the centre of the city are encouraged to use Territorial Drive as an alternate route to get around the city and to avoid traffic congestion on local roads around downtown while the work is underway. Underground work will be performed by Unicon Pipeline, and Roadways by K&S Asphalt.

Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) Sewer Lining
Crews are working on preliminary inspections at various locations around the city and will be returning in August to install liners. Affected addresses will be notified prior to the work happening in their area. CIPP Sewer Lining work is being performed by Insituform Technologies.

More detailed schedule information will be provided as it becomes available. Updates on the progress of the projects are available at www.cityofnb.ca, or by following the City of North Battleford on Facebook or Twitter.

The City urges motorists to use caution when travelling through the work zones, and respect the safety of workers. The patience and understanding of the public, residents and businesses in affected areas is appreciated during these important rehabilitation projects.

For more information:

Jennifer Niesink, Director of Planning and Development
306-445-17
18 | jniesink@cityofnb.ca

Dustin Tungilik MacDonald, Communications Administrator
306-
445-1713 | dmacdonald@cityofnb.ca

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